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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, July 29, 1971

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, July 28, 1971

MICHIGAN REPERTORY '71
* TONIGHT *
tennessee williams'
A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE Curtain: 8:00j
Box Office Open Ph: 668-6300
2:30-8:00 $1 .50-$2.50

County Jail: Not a Statler Hilton

.OI7Y 6Y" DY4E.Y cOo
TONIGHT:
9:30 P.M.-1:30 A.M.
a . featuring
BUDDIES IN THE SADDLE
O 208 W. Huron g
aDYMSY.PY Y.OE>Y5 4VY .

(Contiiiiiid fro Page 3)
cards and raising hell all night."
And foremost among their
complaints are the lack of re-
creation and exercise facilities
in the jail.
"We had a recreation cell," Ow-
ings explains, "but we're so over-
crowded now that we had to
move the equipment out and
move men in 'there."
For a trustee, however, life in
the jail need not he too had. Sit-
ting back in a chair in the jail's
library, one trustee recalled his
spell in the Wayne County Jail.
He was there for two weeks. He
hAs now served the majority of a
60-day sentence for parole viola-
IN A
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332

fion and thinks that the jail here
"isn't too bad."
The women in the jail have the
same privileges as trustees; tole-
vision and open cell doors from
6 a.m. to 10 p.m. They are un-
der the supervision of matrons,
not turnkeys - 'All you need is
one broad to yell 'rape' and
you've got problems," explains
Owings.
But the women, too, have no
recreational facilities beyond
their television set. They ire pe -
mitted to write letters, and like
every other inmate, may each
week, make a two-minute phone
call and see one visitor.
The overcrowding so preva.ent
in other parts of the jail is not
apparent in the women's .ection,
where only three out of eight
available spaces are currently
filled.
The figures for the men's por-
tion of the jail are not so heart-

ening. Almost all the 127 vacan-
cies are, ordinarily, filled. WhiW
the jail is overcrowded and its
prisoners suffering from a lac,
of the basic facilities they require,
not only for confinement, but for
rehabilitation and eventual inte-
gration into society, plans for the
construction of a new jail are
hampered by community oppou*
tion and legislative hurdles.
Sheriff Harvey wants to build
a new jail on the same site as the
headqsiarters for his road patrol,
located seven miles east of Ann
Arbor on Hogback Road in Pitts-
field Township.
State law, however, requiit
that the jail be located within the
city limits of the county seat,
Ann Arbor.
Captain Fredland sees two
possible routes for circumvent-
ing this problem.
See COUNTY, Page 7 a

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